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Crosspoint Kinetics offering special financing program

Posted on January 29, 2015

Crosspoint Kinetics, maker of the Kinetics Hybrid, announced a special financing program for commercial fleets and transit agencies through Pro Leasing Services. The new program makes greening a fleet easy for those who prefer to pay for the hybrid systems over time.

Fleet owners and managers can choose to retrofit their existing fleet with the Kinetics Hybrid or order it to be installed on new vehicles. They can also use the program to refinance their current fleet vehicles or purchase new ones with the Kinetics Hybrid system installed.

The new leasing program is flexible, allowing fleets to select terms that best fit their needs and goals. Many fleets, for instance, may apply their monthly fuel savings to pay the lease.

In most cases, fleets only need to fill out a simple application.

The Kinetics Hybrid system quickly transforms class 3 to 7 buses and trucks into more fuel-efficient and cleaner running vehicles. Fleets have reported up to 30% more miles per gallon and a comparable reduction in emissions when the hybrid is used in heavy start/stop duty cycles.

"We're focused on providing innovative ways for fleets achieve their green goals," said Amy Dobrikova, director of business development and strategy for Crosspoint Kinetics. "This program is ideal for small to mid-sized fleets who want to enjoy the money saving benefits of the Kinetics Hybrid today but pay for it as it's being used."

The hybrid is engineered to be easy to install and easy to use, with minimal driver training and no extra steps for the driver to take. The Kinetics Hybrid has undergone rigorous testing through the FTA at Altoona and CALSTART. And, it has been further validated by the over nine million miles of driving done by public and commercial fleets throughout North America.

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